|The Literary Litter of the Littoral-Minded: Elizabeth Bishop's Ideas of Disorder at Key West - Zachariah Wells|
A talk given by Zachariah Wells at the Elizabeth Bishop centenary symposium "It Must Be Nova Scotia: Negotiating Place in the Writings of Elizabeth Bishop." This talk was delivered on June 10, 2011 at the University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Keywords: Elizabeth Bishop; The Bight; Zachariah Wells
|The Moving Scene: The Poetry and Poetics of Description - Zachariah Wells|
A talk delivered by Zachariah Wells at the University of New Brunswick, March 28, 2011.
Keywords: Poetry; description; John Clare; Elizabeth Bishop; Ted Hughes
|The Moose (an Elizabeth Bishop poem) - John MacKenzie|
John MacKenzie reads Elizabeth Bishop's poem, The Moose, set in a bus travelling west through Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Keywords: poetry; audio poetry; Elizabeth Bishop; The Moose; John MacKenzie
|One Art - Elizabeth Bishop|
A poem by Elizabeth Bishop, read by Zachariah Wells May 2, 2007
Keywords: Losing; grief; loss; Elizabeth Bishop; villanelle; Zachariah Wells
|Refrain, Again: The Return of the Villanelle - Amanda French|
A scholarly history of the villanelle, a nineteen-line poetic form.
Keywords: Amanda French; villanelle; French forms; fixed forms; Elizabeth Bishop; One Art; Dylan Thomas; Do not go gentle into that good night; Request to Leda; Theodore Roethke; The Waking; William Empson; Missing Dates; James Joyce; Villanelle of the Temptress; Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man; Sylvia Plath; Mad Girl's Love Song; W. H. Auden; Edmund Gosse; Austin Dobson; Edwin Arlington Robinson; Theodore de Banville; Petit traite de poesie francaise; Philoxene Boyer; Oscar Wilde; Theocritus; Joseph Boulmier; William Tenint; Prosodie de l'ecole moderne; Jean Passerat; J'ay perdu ma tourterelle; J'ai perdu ma tourterelle; New Formalism; French poetry; English poetry; French literature; English literature; 19th-century poetry; nineteenth-century poetry; Victorian poetry; 19th-century literature; nineteenth-century literature; Victorian literature